What people have said about Joseph Squillante and his photography… 

No one can do any better. This work is filled with love; every picture is a work of Art.
Tony Vaccaro, Photographer

Mr. Squillante invariably gives the impression of zest and sincerity…he is plainly concerned with the fate of the Hudson.
— The NY Times

Your Hudson River note cards are a tribute not only to the river we care so deeply about, but also to your talent.
— Governor George Pataki

Joe’s commitment to the Hudson is reflected in his 25 years of extraordinary photographic work of the river. His images speak loudly to the human and the natural values that our river represents. I am personally grateful for Joe’s dedication. He has always made himself graciously available to organizations working on behalf of the river. He is a consummate professional.
— John Cronin, first Hudson Riverkeeper

 Your unique expression of love of the Hudson River is most evident in your photographs. Viewers of your work are exposed to a sensitive interpretation of the life along our river I believe is greatly needed in today’s society.
 Eric Lind, Director, Constitution Marsh Audubon Sanctuary

The workshop provided me the opportunity to mix my interests in photography, sailing, history, and the Hudson River. The small, intimate setting enabled Joseph to work with each of us individually. The enthusiasm of everyone involved, combined with the new techniques I learned, has turned my interests in photography and the Hudson into a passion!
— Susan Kosloske, Clearwater workshop participant

Thanks so much for the informative and wonderfully interactive lecture you gave to the fourth grade students. It is obvious that photography is your passion and that you have great talent. The students were engaged and excited throughout your presentation. I think you have inspired many of the kids to experiment with the camera and venture down to the Hudson to see it in a new way.
— Janet Calvi, Teacher, Museum School 25, Yonkers Public Schools

Joseph Squillante is an exceptional photographer and a natural teacher. He loves his life’s work and shares his enthusiasm.
— James Colasacco, Assistant Principal, Martin Luther King Jr. School, Yonkers Public Schools